YouTube's live streamed Music Awards Show was either a great success or a damp squib, depending on whether you bought into Spike Jonze's vision. It certainly generated a lot of headlines for the site today. This, and other news from the day in online video.
Netflix have been talking about 4K video for quite a while - they even shot the second series of 'House of Cards' in that format. Now, they are testing some Ultra HD footage out on the site in preparation for a full roll out of the feature in 2014.
Machinima are looking for a new CEO to guide them out of the financial woes they are currently experiencing, Vevo roll out a new site design and Kayne and Kim are going after Chad Hurley for posting that proposal video. These and other stories from the day in online video.
GoDaddy are already gearing up for the 2014 Super Bowl by announcing they will take a more subtle approach to next year's half time ad push. No more scantily clad models say the company as that's diluting their message. This and other news from the day in video.
Google have promised that more people will be able to get their hands on Google Glass, as long as they can get someone with a pair to invite them. This and other news from the world of online video, cable and marketing.
Our daily news round up includes the announcement by Comcast that they are bundling in HBO and HBO GO with their new broadband and internet package for customers. Amazon also confirmed they are going to produce more original content with an L.A. based drama. Catch up with the headlines of the day.
Welcome to the day in online video when YouTube announced their own streaming music service to rival Spotify, Vine finally added some much needed editing features, and the ad agency behind Walmart and Coca Cola invested millions into YouTube advertising.
A busy week as usual in online video as Vimeo, Hulu and Vine appoint bug hitters to further develop their video features, Netflix looks towards cable set top integration, Machinima is on its way to the Xbox One and internet connected video devices take over the world.
This was the week that Twitter and Comcast cuddled up together to bring us TV tweets, YouTube was voted the favourite youth brand, Philly deFranco launched yet another YouTube channel and the never ending saga of the Microsoft YouTube app rolled on.
That was the week that YouTube announced its Music Video Awards (please bring Miley and Sinead together), Vevo launched in Germany, GoPro unveiled a better, smaller camera, Netflix brought HD to iOS and everyone made an "I Quit" dancing video and uploaded it to YouTube.